Published July 25th, 2018

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Published April 18th, 2018

Each year, 72,000 people die of cancer in Nigeria, with another 102,000 cases diagnosed. Lack of access to diagnosis and treatment, sparse public awareness, and an inadequate number of qualified health professionals and equipped treatment centers result in a high number of deaths that are largely preventable. Two often treatable forms of cancer, breast and cervical, account for a significant number of all cases in Nigeria, but the rate of death from breast cancer is triple that of the United States.

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Published June 20th, 2017

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